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I went to my interview today with my husband for my AOS... The interviewer was nice. He asked few questions to me and to my husband (just basic questions). When he asked us about documents to prove that me and my husband are living together, I only gave him the joint federal tax return and pictures from wedding and tour and my facebook account showing my status (that I'm married to my husband), some pictures that I posted during our wedding and tour (on my phone, hahahha).. Well that's all I have. My husband can't get me a bank account or add me to his account because I don't have ID with my married name (bank sucks!).. We even don't have rent/lease agreement because we are living with my husband's friend and all the bills that we have is on my husband's name.

So, the interviewer told us that they will review our case since we have a slim documents to prove our relationship. Then he gave me the Notice of Interview Results with the reason of "Your case is being held for review. At this time, USCIS does not require any further information or documents from you. Should further information or documents be required, you will receive a notice in the mail. We may also schedule you for another interview, you will receive a notice in the mail. Otherwise, a final decision will be mailed once your case is complete.".. He also said that if I received my card on the mail I need to file I-751 form 90 days before my conditional residence expires.

We went home clueless... -_- ...

So now I checked the USCIS website and it says "Card was Ordered to be Produced"....

Does it mean that we need to celebrate because we got approved??

Edited by Dan&Yvette

***K-1 Visa***

MAY 01, 2014: Met in person and got Engaged!
JULY 01, 2014: Sent I-129F Packet to Dallas Lockbox
JULY 04, 2014: Received via USPS Tracking
JULY 09, 2014: USCIS received the case - route to CSC - notified via email/text
JULY 10, 2014: NOA1 Hardcopy received and ARN changed
SEPTEMBER 26, 2014: Approved!!! (via USCIS site)...yipeee!!!! (80 days from NOA1)
OCTOBER 01, 2014: Got NOA2 Hardcopy
OCTOBER 15, 2014: Called NVC and got our MNL case # (19 days after approval)
OCTOBER 20, 2014: Paid the visa fee (BPI)
OCTOBER 22, 2014: Case status "In Transit". Completed and submitted DS-160 Form
OCTOBER 23, 2014: CEAC status "READY"
OCTOBER 30, 2014: Received NVC Letter thru mail (letter dated October 21st)
NOVEMBER 17, 2014: Medical (SLEC) - Result "Passed"
NOVEMBER 21, 2014: Received letter from US Embassy (Manila)
NOVEMBER 24, 2014: Interview - Result "Approved" :thumbs:
NOVEMBER 26, 2014: CEAC status "Administrative Processing"
NOVEMBER 28, 2014: CEAC status "ISSUED" :dance:
DECEMBER 02, 2014: Got text message from 2GO courier that my US Visa is ready to pick up :wow:
DECEMBER 06, 2014: Got my Visa. :dancing:
DECEMBER 15, 2014: CFO Seminar (didn't get my certificate and sticker - the counselor wanted to have copies of chat logs and I forgot to bring, huhuhu)
DECEMBER 19, 2014: Follow up seminar with CFO... Got my CFO certificate and seminar
DECEMBER 26, 2014: POE - San Francisco, CA (L) (L)
DECEMBER 30, 2014: Courthouse Wedding

JANUARY 15, 2015: Got my SS card (with my married name)

***AOS, EAD & AP***

MARCH 12, 2015: Sent AOS, EAD & AP packet via USPS (Express Mail)

MARCH 13, 2015: Packet delivered & signed (via USPS tracking)

MARCH 18, 2015: Receipt notice from USCIS (via text message and email)

MARCH 23, 2015: Received NOA's in mail

APRIL 04, 2015 : Received Biometrics Appointment Notice via mail

APRIL 14, 2015 : Biometrics (in Oakland)

APRIL 23, 2015 : Case Is Ready To Be Scheduled For An Interview

APRIL 29, 2015 : Received letter from USCIS for my initial interview

MAY 27, 2015 : EAD and AP is approved

MAY 29, 2015 : Interview.... APPROVED!!!

JUNE 04, 2015 : EAD/AP combo card received

JUNE 07, 2015 : GC received!!!

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I went to my interview today with my husband for my AOS... The interviewer was nice. He asked few questions to me and to my husband (just basic questions). When he asked us about documents to prove that me and my husband are living together, I only gave him the joint federal tax return and pictures from wedding and tour and my facebook account showing my status (that I'm married to my husband), some pictures that I posted during our wedding and tour (on my phone, hahahha).. Well that's all I have. My husband can't get me a bank account or add me to his account because I don't have ID with my married name (bank sucks!).. We even don't have rent/lease agreement because we are living with my husband's friend and all the bills that we have is on my husband's name.

So, the interviewer told us that they will review our case since we have a slim documents to prove our relationship. Then he gave me the Notice of Interview Results with the reason of "Your case is being held for review. At this time, USCIS does not require any further information or documents from you. Should further information or documents be required, you will receive a notice in the mail. We may also schedule you for another interview, you will receive a notice in the mail. Otherwise, a final decision will be mailed once your case is complete.".. He also said that if I received my card on the mail I need to file I-751 form 90 days before my conditional residence expires.

We went home clueless... -_- ...

So now I checked the USCIS website and it says "Card was Ordered to be Produced"....

Does it mean that we need to celebrate because we got approved??

Yes, it means that you got APPROVED, it is time to celebrate! :D

Congratulations! :energy:

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Yes, it means that you got APPROVED, it is time to celebrate! :D

Congratulations! :energy:

Really :hehe: :blink: ?!!! Oh my G!! :dancing: :dancing: :energy:

Thanks YouAndMeForever!!! I'm so happy right now!!

Edited by Dan&Yvette

***K-1 Visa***

MAY 01, 2014: Met in person and got Engaged!
JULY 01, 2014: Sent I-129F Packet to Dallas Lockbox
JULY 04, 2014: Received via USPS Tracking
JULY 09, 2014: USCIS received the case - route to CSC - notified via email/text
JULY 10, 2014: NOA1 Hardcopy received and ARN changed
SEPTEMBER 26, 2014: Approved!!! (via USCIS site)...yipeee!!!! (80 days from NOA1)
OCTOBER 01, 2014: Got NOA2 Hardcopy
OCTOBER 15, 2014: Called NVC and got our MNL case # (19 days after approval)
OCTOBER 20, 2014: Paid the visa fee (BPI)
OCTOBER 22, 2014: Case status "In Transit". Completed and submitted DS-160 Form
OCTOBER 23, 2014: CEAC status "READY"
OCTOBER 30, 2014: Received NVC Letter thru mail (letter dated October 21st)
NOVEMBER 17, 2014: Medical (SLEC) - Result "Passed"
NOVEMBER 21, 2014: Received letter from US Embassy (Manila)
NOVEMBER 24, 2014: Interview - Result "Approved" :thumbs:
NOVEMBER 26, 2014: CEAC status "Administrative Processing"
NOVEMBER 28, 2014: CEAC status "ISSUED" :dance:
DECEMBER 02, 2014: Got text message from 2GO courier that my US Visa is ready to pick up :wow:
DECEMBER 06, 2014: Got my Visa. :dancing:
DECEMBER 15, 2014: CFO Seminar (didn't get my certificate and sticker - the counselor wanted to have copies of chat logs and I forgot to bring, huhuhu)
DECEMBER 19, 2014: Follow up seminar with CFO... Got my CFO certificate and seminar
DECEMBER 26, 2014: POE - San Francisco, CA (L) (L)
DECEMBER 30, 2014: Courthouse Wedding

JANUARY 15, 2015: Got my SS card (with my married name)

***AOS, EAD & AP***

MARCH 12, 2015: Sent AOS, EAD & AP packet via USPS (Express Mail)

MARCH 13, 2015: Packet delivered & signed (via USPS tracking)

MARCH 18, 2015: Receipt notice from USCIS (via text message and email)

MARCH 23, 2015: Received NOA's in mail

APRIL 04, 2015 : Received Biometrics Appointment Notice via mail

APRIL 14, 2015 : Biometrics (in Oakland)

APRIL 23, 2015 : Case Is Ready To Be Scheduled For An Interview

APRIL 29, 2015 : Received letter from USCIS for my initial interview

MAY 27, 2015 : EAD and AP is approved

MAY 29, 2015 : Interview.... APPROVED!!!

JUNE 04, 2015 : EAD/AP combo card received

JUNE 07, 2015 : GC received!!!

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You are welcome, I'm so happy for you guys! :) Enjoy this happy time! :energy:

Thank you!


***K-1 Visa***

MAY 01, 2014: Met in person and got Engaged!
JULY 01, 2014: Sent I-129F Packet to Dallas Lockbox
JULY 04, 2014: Received via USPS Tracking
JULY 09, 2014: USCIS received the case - route to CSC - notified via email/text
JULY 10, 2014: NOA1 Hardcopy received and ARN changed
SEPTEMBER 26, 2014: Approved!!! (via USCIS site)...yipeee!!!! (80 days from NOA1)
OCTOBER 01, 2014: Got NOA2 Hardcopy
OCTOBER 15, 2014: Called NVC and got our MNL case # (19 days after approval)
OCTOBER 20, 2014: Paid the visa fee (BPI)
OCTOBER 22, 2014: Case status "In Transit". Completed and submitted DS-160 Form
OCTOBER 23, 2014: CEAC status "READY"
OCTOBER 30, 2014: Received NVC Letter thru mail (letter dated October 21st)
NOVEMBER 17, 2014: Medical (SLEC) - Result "Passed"
NOVEMBER 21, 2014: Received letter from US Embassy (Manila)
NOVEMBER 24, 2014: Interview - Result "Approved" :thumbs:
NOVEMBER 26, 2014: CEAC status "Administrative Processing"
NOVEMBER 28, 2014: CEAC status "ISSUED" :dance:
DECEMBER 02, 2014: Got text message from 2GO courier that my US Visa is ready to pick up :wow:
DECEMBER 06, 2014: Got my Visa. :dancing:
DECEMBER 15, 2014: CFO Seminar (didn't get my certificate and sticker - the counselor wanted to have copies of chat logs and I forgot to bring, huhuhu)
DECEMBER 19, 2014: Follow up seminar with CFO... Got my CFO certificate and seminar
DECEMBER 26, 2014: POE - San Francisco, CA (L) (L)
DECEMBER 30, 2014: Courthouse Wedding

JANUARY 15, 2015: Got my SS card (with my married name)

***AOS, EAD & AP***

MARCH 12, 2015: Sent AOS, EAD & AP packet via USPS (Express Mail)

MARCH 13, 2015: Packet delivered & signed (via USPS tracking)

MARCH 18, 2015: Receipt notice from USCIS (via text message and email)

MARCH 23, 2015: Received NOA's in mail

APRIL 04, 2015 : Received Biometrics Appointment Notice via mail

APRIL 14, 2015 : Biometrics (in Oakland)

APRIL 23, 2015 : Case Is Ready To Be Scheduled For An Interview

APRIL 29, 2015 : Received letter from USCIS for my initial interview

MAY 27, 2015 : EAD and AP is approved

MAY 29, 2015 : Interview.... APPROVED!!!

JUNE 04, 2015 : EAD/AP combo card received

JUNE 07, 2015 : GC received!!!

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Yes, it means that you got APPROVED, it is time to celebrate! :D

Congratulations! :energy:

Are you sure YouAndMeForever? I'm understanding that their case is still very much in review. If the USCIS review and approve they will send the GC, but if they don't another interview will be scheduled. In my interview they gave us a pretty clear answer when it was approved.

Please correct me if I'm totally wrong, since I know the nervousness they must be going through.

Good luck with everything guys!


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Are you sure YouAndMeForever? I'm understanding that their case is still very much in review. If the USCIS review and approve they will send the GC, but if they don't another interview will be scheduled. In my interview they gave us a pretty clear answer when it was approved.

Please correct me if I'm totally wrong, since I know the nervousness they must be going through.

Good luck with everything guys!

It means approval. "Card Was Ordered To Be Produced" case status means that the greencard is soon to be in production. This status changes in a couple days to "Card Was Mailed". It is not uncommon at all that a couple doesn't get approved on spot but only a few hours (or days) later.

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It means approval. "Card Was Ordered To Be Produced" case status means that the greencard is soon to be in production. This status changes in a couple days to "Card Was Mailed". It is not uncommon at all that a couple doesn't get approved on spot but only a few hours (or days) later.

Ah yes! YouAndMeForever I totally missed that line. Sorry guys did not mean to cause any stress!

Congratulations and go celebrate!!!


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This ebook details every stage of the visa journey, every form that needs to be filled out, signed and filed. I tried to answer every question I may have asked on this journey no matter how glaringly obvious it may be. I wanted to gather all the good information dispersed among the misinformation into one simple guide.

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I went to my interview today with my husband for my AOS... ........So now I checked the USCIS website and it says "Card was Ordered to be Produced"....

Does it mean that we need to celebrate because we got approved??

Congrats!

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I went to my interview today with my husband for my AOS... The interviewer was nice. He asked few questions to me and to my husband (just basic questions). When he asked us about documents to prove that me and my husband are living together, I only gave him the joint federal tax return and pictures from wedding and tour and my facebook account showing my status (that I'm married to my husband), some pictures that I posted during our wedding and tour (on my phone, hahahha).. Well that's all I have. My husband can't get me a bank account or add me to his account because I don't have ID with my married name (bank sucks!).. We even don't have rent/lease agreement because we are living with my husband's friend and all the bills that we have is on my husband's name.

So, the interviewer told us that they will review our case since we have a slim documents to prove our relationship. Then he gave me the Notice of Interview Results with the reason of "Your case is being held for review. At this time, USCIS does not require any further information or documents from you. Should further information or documents be required, you will receive a notice in the mail. We may also schedule you for another interview, you will receive a notice in the mail. Otherwise, a final decision will be mailed once your case is complete.".. He also said that if I received my card on the mail I need to file I-751 form 90 days before my conditional residence expires.

We went home clueless... -_- ...

So now I checked the USCIS website and it says "Card was Ordered to be Produced"....

Does it mean that we need to celebrate because we got approved??

It DOES mean you have been approved!! I just have and got that on the USCIS website, next you will get a notification that says a Welcome Letter has been mailed, around a week after card ordered you will get card has been mailed. Congrats. :)


Removal of Conditions..  TICK TOCK, TICK TOCK

 

Time to reset the tick tock clock again.   Roll my eyes.

 

GC  Conditional date:  05/26/2015

N400.  Application:      02/28/2018       

Biometrics:                    02/22/2018

 

Waiting............    Roll my eyes again :(

 

USA citizen as of 25th of July 2018. :)

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Congratulation, mine was the same (omg I can't believe I've been a legal resident for a month now)...the day after the interview my status changed to card in production (if you think about it, they don't produce cards for denied cases right? So be happy about it and celebrate;)

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Me and my husband are sooo happy...... I was nervous yesterday when the IO told us that we have a "slim" documentation of bonafide relationship.... Before he conduct the interview, he said that the person who suppose to do the interview was not feeling well so he took over... After few questions, he told us that he needs to consult our case with their supervisor because I only have pictures and the joint tax return...

:)

Thanks to all of you!!!..


***K-1 Visa***

MAY 01, 2014: Met in person and got Engaged!
JULY 01, 2014: Sent I-129F Packet to Dallas Lockbox
JULY 04, 2014: Received via USPS Tracking
JULY 09, 2014: USCIS received the case - route to CSC - notified via email/text
JULY 10, 2014: NOA1 Hardcopy received and ARN changed
SEPTEMBER 26, 2014: Approved!!! (via USCIS site)...yipeee!!!! (80 days from NOA1)
OCTOBER 01, 2014: Got NOA2 Hardcopy
OCTOBER 15, 2014: Called NVC and got our MNL case # (19 days after approval)
OCTOBER 20, 2014: Paid the visa fee (BPI)
OCTOBER 22, 2014: Case status "In Transit". Completed and submitted DS-160 Form
OCTOBER 23, 2014: CEAC status "READY"
OCTOBER 30, 2014: Received NVC Letter thru mail (letter dated October 21st)
NOVEMBER 17, 2014: Medical (SLEC) - Result "Passed"
NOVEMBER 21, 2014: Received letter from US Embassy (Manila)
NOVEMBER 24, 2014: Interview - Result "Approved" :thumbs:
NOVEMBER 26, 2014: CEAC status "Administrative Processing"
NOVEMBER 28, 2014: CEAC status "ISSUED" :dance:
DECEMBER 02, 2014: Got text message from 2GO courier that my US Visa is ready to pick up :wow:
DECEMBER 06, 2014: Got my Visa. :dancing:
DECEMBER 15, 2014: CFO Seminar (didn't get my certificate and sticker - the counselor wanted to have copies of chat logs and I forgot to bring, huhuhu)
DECEMBER 19, 2014: Follow up seminar with CFO... Got my CFO certificate and seminar
DECEMBER 26, 2014: POE - San Francisco, CA (L) (L)
DECEMBER 30, 2014: Courthouse Wedding

JANUARY 15, 2015: Got my SS card (with my married name)

***AOS, EAD & AP***

MARCH 12, 2015: Sent AOS, EAD & AP packet via USPS (Express Mail)

MARCH 13, 2015: Packet delivered & signed (via USPS tracking)

MARCH 18, 2015: Receipt notice from USCIS (via text message and email)

MARCH 23, 2015: Received NOA's in mail

APRIL 04, 2015 : Received Biometrics Appointment Notice via mail

APRIL 14, 2015 : Biometrics (in Oakland)

APRIL 23, 2015 : Case Is Ready To Be Scheduled For An Interview

APRIL 29, 2015 : Received letter from USCIS for my initial interview

MAY 27, 2015 : EAD and AP is approved

MAY 29, 2015 : Interview.... APPROVED!!!

JUNE 04, 2015 : EAD/AP combo card received

JUNE 07, 2015 : GC received!!!

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I went to my interview today with my husband for my AOS... The interviewer was nice. He asked few questions to me and to my husband (just basic questions). When he asked us about documents to prove that me and my husband are living together, I only gave him the joint federal tax return and pictures from wedding and tour and my facebook account showing my status (that I'm married to my husband), some pictures that I posted during our wedding and tour (on my phone, hahahha).. Well that's all I have. My husband can't get me a bank account or add me to his account because I don't have ID with my married name (bank sucks!).. We even don't have rent/lease agreement because we are living with my husband's friend and all the bills that we have is on my husband's name.

So, the interviewer told us that they will review our case since we have a slim documents to prove our relationship. Then he gave me the Notice of Interview Results with the reason of "Your case is being held for review. At this time, USCIS does not require any further information or documents from you. Should further information or documents be required, you will receive a notice in the mail. We may also schedule you for another interview, you will receive a notice in the mail. Otherwise, a final decision will be mailed once your case is complete.".. He also said that if I received my card on the mail I need to file I-751 form 90 days before my conditional residence expires.

We went home clueless... -_- ...

So now I checked the USCIS website and it says "Card was Ordered to be Produced"....

Does it mean that we need to celebrate because we got approved??

Congrats! Time to relax for awhile.

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